Monthly Archives: February 2011

Is Lion Preview Release a Disaster?

TOKYO (MacHouse) – A few days ago, Apple, Inc. (hereby, Apple) has released the first preview version of Mac OS X Lion for developers. Those who have signed up for one of the developer’s programs should have received an e-mail … Continue reading

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Unofficial Face of the Mac Developer Program

TOKYO (MacHouse) – Last January, Apple, Inc. (hereby, Apple) started its Mac App Store, where the company says that software developers can “reach millions of users around the world.” It sounds like Apple offers an easy and exciting solution to … Continue reading

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What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Releasing AppReady

TOKYO (MacHouse) – Software developers go through a lot of steps before selling one app at Apple’s Mac Apple Store A new software title we’ve just released is called AppReady. It will offer them a quick solution to getting their … Continue reading

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What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Releasing Image2Go

TOKYO (MacHouse) – There are so many Mac software titles that handle image files. One is Adobe Fireworks. Another is Preview, which even comes as a free application with Mac OS X. They are great software titles. But they aren’t … Continue reading

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What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Releasing QuickMarks

TOKYO (MacHouse) – MacHouse is ready to introduce a new software title. The first Mac app of the month to release is called QuickMarks. Inspired by BookmarksX, QuickMarks is a quick solution to maintaining and organizing bookmarks and finding Google … Continue reading

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